Subject: RE: Heads Up: www.netbsd.org via IPv6
To: 'Hal Snyder' <email@example.com>
From: Jeroen Massar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/08/2001 10:00:09
> >> We're still working on a "see the dancing daemon" feature - if
> >> someone knows how to implement that, we'll be happy to hear about
> >> it. (We already have the anim-gif ;-)
> in cgi script, look at $REMOTE_ADDR. it has either numeric IPv4
> address or numeric IPv6 address in it.
Simplest way is to check if there are any dots ('.') in that string
10.100.13.42 == IPv4
::ffff:10.100.13.42 == IPv4 10.100.13.42 in IPv6 way
3ffe:7357::1 == IPv6 "native"
Oh btw... above behaviour depends on the version of Apache and the
So sometimes the middle version doesn't pop up... but the dot-check
And don't complain if you got resolving turned on ofcourse...
> >Didn't Kame patent that? ;-)
They should 'patent' or whatever that nice cuddly Kame (The turtles)